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Authors in several newspapers are calling for appeasement in Arab and Muslim countries over the problem of the Danish newspaper’s cartoons, though many are still furious over the cartoons. A few authors do not consider boycotting Danish products a nice solution, while others propose that an...
Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten reiterated its apology to the Muslim world over the cartoons it had published on September 30, 2005, which nourished antagonistic sentiments against Denmark. However, the newspaper editor Carsten Juste refused to pledge to not publish any more articles or cartoons...
Uncommon in Egyptian press, al-Dustour publishes excerpts of the Human Rights Watch report on Egypt, 2005, revealing many problems in Egypt.
Political analyst, researcher, author and executive editor of the Egyptian weekly Watanī International Majdī Khalīl, known for his books on citizenship rights, civil society and the position of minorities in the Middle East, speaks out many on Coptic grievances to al-Dustour.
‘Abd al-Masīh Basīt denounces Dan Brown’s novel, The Da Vinci Code, as containing many errors and false allegations. He adds that the book is nothing but an attack on Christianity.
The author comments on an article on a website, said to have links with the Muslim Brotherhood, which branded the opening ceremony of the African Cup of Nations as a return to the pharaohs’ paganism.
These articles address how sectarian strife in Egypt occurs in several areas under various forms. Although calm appears to be quickly restored, everyone seems to await a new crisis. The writers suggest that old ways of dealing with the crisis are futile, and that there should be more frankness and...
In a September 2005 seminar on Islam, Pope Benedict XVI rejected Fazlur Rahman’s [1919-1988] call for a thorough reinterpretation of the Qur’ān, stating that Qur’ān cannot be modified.
Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said he personally condemned the cartoons published in Jyllands-Posten. In an interview with the Danish TV2 station, Rasmussen said that he respected religious beliefs and that would prevent him from depicting Muhammad, Jesus or any other religious symbol...
The sit in of a group of Sudanese in Cairo ended in bloodshed with around 600 people being taken to Shibīn al-Kum prison.

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